Air NZ, PT Garuda Indonesia win Australian cartel case

Fri, 31 Oct 2014

By Paul McBeth Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand and PT Garuda Indonesia have won their bid to dismiss action against them in Australia, claiming the airlines were part of a global cartel to fix prices in international air freight services. In the Australian Federal Court, Justice Nye Perram dismissed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission claim against the airlines, which were the only two to defend the action, accepting their defence that the surcharges interfered with competition in markets in Hong Kong, Singapore an...

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